Windy Kaouki owns awesome and quiet corners or common areas available to customers for relax and food: 1) the yoga room on the terrace overlooking the ocean 2) the pool peeking up in the courtyard among bougainvillea 3) the living room, a meeting place where you can have your breakfast, a mint tea, lunch or dinner.
Brynn Campbell began her interest in yoga at an early age of 13 years old when she found a liking to her mother's VHS yoga videos. Since then Brynn has enjoyed learning and growing through yoga. Brynn completed her 200 hour yoga teacher training in 2010 in India. Since then Brynn has worked at various studios across Canada, taught yoga at a men's prison in Toronto, and taught in several retreats in Morocco. Brynn enjoys learning all aspects of yoga and feels that yoga is never really something anyone anyone can truly master; it is a constant journey of self improvement and self realization. Brynn teaches mainly Ashtanga and Vinyasa classes.
SIDI KAOUKI is a small Berber village on the Atlantic coast, along the ancient caravan trails of the desert, a thirty minutes by car from tourist city of Essaouira (Mogador).
The Ocean and the wild Nature surrounding Windy Kaouki offer many opportunities to water sports and trekking lovers.
Mountain bike, quad, horse or dromedary tour to discover unexpected views, like the fishing village of Cap Sim with his many dunes, or the wide forests of argan olive tree, much used for cosmetic products, sold by female cooperatives you can visit in the area.
In Sidi Kaouki Beach schools of surf, kite, windsurf, stand up paddle, for kids and grown folks, where you can rent all you need. And if you only want to "chill out" take a seat in one of the many bar restaurants in front of the beach like "Mirella and Simone's", wife and husband, she italian, he moroccan, a warm place with the best sight on the foreshore.